Heart to Soul


Sarah Ezrin loves yoga and nothing is more apparent when she teaches. Her joie de vivre is infectious. As a respected teacher trainer, Sarah weaves creative sequencing with precise alignment. Her fun and popular classes are infused with humor and positivity. Bringing a background of psychology and life coaching, Sarah lovingly guides students toward their brightest and best self.

Sarah is an E-RYT-500. She is based out of San Francisco with her soon-to-be husband and dog. A world traveler since birth, Sarah has lead trainings, workshops and retreats across the globe. Sarah is trained in Vinyasa Flow and the Ashtanga method, which is her daily practice. She is also a writer and certified life coach.

Sarah has been featured in Yoga Journal and LA Yoga and is a regular contributor for Mantra Magazine. She is sponsored by numerous mindful fitness companies including Athleta, Manduka, Lululemon Athletica, Alternative Apparel, Fabletics, Sweaty Betty, Navitas Naturals, Vita Coco, Lifeforme Yoga, iAmVibes, Empowered By You, and Yoga Gives Back.

Sarah began doing yoga in college, however she did not get serious about her practice until working demanding hours in the film industry. It was also during this time that Sarah’s mother was diagnosed with lung cancer. The mat provided refuge and healing as her mother’s illness progressed. Sarah realized that time was too fleeting to not be spent doing what one loves. She quit the film business to pursue teaching yoga.  Her mother was able to see her teach once before passing away.

For Sarah, yoga is not about the tricks or the postures; it is about tapping into one’s most authentic self and achieving your highest potential. She believes that life is short and should be spent laughing with the people and animals we love and doing the things we most enjoy, like yoga!


“Sarah’s class has become a vital part of my life. I had no idea Yoga could be such hard work and…SO MUCH FUN. Her class is the perfect cocktail of difficulty and fun. Sarah guides me toward finding the outline of my limit and then breaking through it.”

~ Colin Farrell